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earned a progress, and you should be all very proud of that. the united kingdom and united states have weathered storms in our shared histories, and we will but whether the current economic crisis. we are rooted -- rooting for this coalition government to succeed because america succeeds when the tin -- britain succeeds, and vice versa. we may be economic competitors, but we are in this together and will always be allies first, through thick and thin and war and peace. the tough decisions you are making, honoring churchill's legacy of putting national interest ahead of party politics -- i believe they will be due to a better and a brighter tomorrow. thank you, and good luck. you are lucky to have david cameron. [applause] >> the british house of commons is in recess this week. prime minister's questions will not be aired. instead, we look at prime minister britiprime minister david cameron speaking. he talked about the differences between the opposition labor party and the conservative party, particularly in education, national health service, and welfare reform. this is 15 minutes. --
of the united states senate, this gentleman will be the chairman of the finance committee. what a difference. what a difference that will make for america. let me introduce you to orrin hatch. >> kamal. thank you so much. we are going to support him, we are supporting him. get out and really tell everybody to vote for dean heller. we also need joe and danny. they are really good candidates. when did you think of that romney debate? [applause] [applause]
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